Nissan has announced its lineup for the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show kicking off next week, bringing no less than 12 cars to Japan’s premiere tuner showcase.

The highlight of the stand will definitely be the Nissan GT-R Nismo, kitted-up in full N Attack Package specification that enabled the Godzilla to lap the Nürburgring Nordschleife in 7 minutes 8.679 seconds, clinching the volume production car lap record in the process.

Also on display will be the Super GT championship-winning Motul Autech GT-R Nismo GT500, as well as the 2015-spec GT-R Nismo GT3 that is lighter, more aerodynamic, more fuel-efficient and has a better weight balance than last year’s racer.

The rest of the range has not been ignored, either – the Juke Personalization Advanced Concept will make an appearance, sporting a unique yellow paint scheme and special parts, including a front splitter and side skirts. Another spruced-up machine that will grace the stands is the e-NV200 Sports Utility Gear – the electric van receives a black-and-yellow paint scheme and bigger wheels, among other changes.


Nismo’s other brace of tuned-up Nissans – the Fairlady Z/370Z Nismo, Juke Nismo, March Nismo and Note Nismo – will come dressed with an assortment of styling and performance accessories such as exterior parts, powertrain upgrades and suspension and brake tweaks.

Finally, Autech will be showing the Dayz Roox Rider and the Elgrand Rider High Performance Spec Black Line (try saying that three times fast), the latter with performance upgrades to go with the new chromed-up style. The Nissan tuner will also bring along a Serena-based Rider Advance Study concept, meant to showcase a new design direction for the Rider range.